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© Mrs Moira Gallagher

IoE Number: 278525
Photographer: Mrs Moira Gallagher
Date Photographed: 30 June 2001
Date listed: 23 March 1961
Date of last amendment: 23 March 1961
Grade I

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UPPER SOMERTON5377SomertonChurch of All SaintsTL 85 SW 3/78123.3.61.I

UPPER SOMERTON 1. 5377 Somerton Church of All Saints TL 85 SW 3/781 23.3.61. I 2. A small C13 flint church with a blocked Norman north doorway with 1 order of shafts with scalloped heads. The west tower has diagonal buttresses and a castellated parapet with flint and stone chequer work. The chancel and chancel chapel are early C14. The east window is perpendicular, with early C14 shafting on the inside. There is a shafted squint. The interior has a fine octagonal Jacobean pulpit with ornamented panels, and a Jacobean or early Stuart communion rail. The C15 octagonal font is carved with rose and shields. Graded for its architectural and historical interest.

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